Useful links

In this section we aim to provide some links to other organisations and school partners that may be useful to families and colleagues.

Yorda Adventures

EnhanceAble – supporting disabled people in Kingston upon Thames

The National Autistic Society

The British Institute of Learning Disabilities

TEACCH Autism Program

PECS (United Kingdom)

Gina Davies Autism Centre

Epsom Riding for the Disabled Association – help for families with disabled children

Female Genital Mutilation


  • Thinkuknow provides guidance and help for parents who would like to know more about keeping their child safe online. They have help sections on topics such as grooming, online abuse and privacy settings.
  • CEOP Safety Centre – is a website which allows internet users to report anything unsafe online. They allow you to make a report about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online. They also offer support from experienced child protection advisors.
  • Parents Protect – Advice, info on how to protect children from sexual abuse, what to do if sexual abuse has or is taking place, where to get help.


Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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